Eesti Meedia is the largest media group in the Baltic countries and its operations include producing content for print and internet media, television and radio production, classified portals and offering a printing service.

Eesti Meedia operates in three countries and thirteen cities and towns: Tallinn, Tartu, Pärnu, Viljandi, Rakvere, Paide, Valga, Riga, Vilnius, Kaunas, Klaipėda, Šiauliai and Panevėžys.

Eesti Meedia is the only group on the Estonian media landscape which has outputs in printed newspapers, online, radio and television.

Eesti Meedia group is comprised of: 
  •  AS Postimees Grupp (PMG) which includes Estonia’s oldest newspaper Postimees and its news portals in Estonian, Russian and English; newspapers Tartu Postimees, Pärnu Postimees, Sakala, Virumaa Teataja, Järva Teataja, Valgamaalane and their news portals; in addition, PMG publishes the weekly Maa Elu as well as magazines Osuti, 60+ and Kooli Lõpp;
  • AS Trio LSL radio group: Kuku, Elmar, MyHits, Narodnoje Radio and DFM;
  • Allepal OÜ: classified portals,, KV.EE and
  • AS Kanal 2 television channels: Kanal 2, Kanal 11, Kanal 12, Seitse;
  • News agency BNS Group;
  • AS Kroonpress, the most modern printing house in the Baltic countries;  
  • Latvian news portal SIA TVNET;
  • Latvian information agency LETA; 
  • Lithuanian news portal 15min UAB;                      
  • Lithuanian classified advertisements’ portal UAB Diginet LTU;
  • Lithuanian news agency BNS Lithuania.

Eesti Meedia supports and promotes professionalism through Sihtasutus Eesti Meedia Fond, the aim of which is to pay special-purpose economic support to media students and active journalists to acquire specialised knowledge and skills, develop abilities and favour creative work.